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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Hi @felix_rabe yeah, that sounds reasonable. As stated above: I’m well aware that it’s an edgecase.

    Nonetheless it was a colleague of mine who told me that this is happening on his mobile device¹ – Otherwise I would never have looked into this – So there’s at least one person who has encountered that issue.

    My hope is that there’s something that can be done inside Lay Theme to optimize this a bit.


    ¹ He’s using an iPhone 12 Pro which should have more memory available than my 12 Mini does.

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Thank you @arminunruh,

    yeah, disable ajax mode might fix it but unfortunately would also disable the function of my random logos and the page-transitions. 😕

    A friend of mine told me about this while browsing said page with his iPhone 12 Pro.
    I can reproduce it with my 12 Mini while quickly browsing through projects via next project → then jump back to the front page via tap on the logo or the work link whilst the images are loading.
    It also happens when tapping projects and jumping back to the forntpage via the logo or the work link over and over again.

    I know It’s an edgecase, but don’t think it has to do with the page setup, though. It’s all pretty simple with very minimal custom code.

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Thank you Armin and Richard,

    I looked into the Google Removal tool but it only seems to be a temporary solution.

    Is there anything that could be done inside LayTheme to tag footer pages, so they don’t show up in search results?
    It could be a helpful feature for not yet published projects or pages aswell → A checkbox like ›☑️don’t crawl/index‹ for pages, projects or even categories.

    All in all this is a minor issue. Just wanted to let you know!

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    True… this should be a future-feature, I guess.

    For now you could hide ›Cart‹ via page/slug specific CSS, which is well documented over here.

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Hey! You need to write some custom CSS for that; something along these lines:

    #footer-region a {
        color: #FF0000;
    }
    
    #footer-region a:hover {
        color: #00FFFF;
    }
    

    Cheers! 💐

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    YES!! ✨ Thank you LayTheme Team!

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Hi there community,

    I recently discovered a bug where Safari crashes on a mobile device (couldn’t reproduce this on desktop):

    When browsing through the projects on this site and then tapping the logo in the top left to go back to the frontpage the phone turns black, shows a quick loading animation circle and then goes to the lock screen.
    It mostly happened when I was switching really fast between pages/projects.

    The only active plugins are BackWPup, Lay Theme Carousel, SVG Support and Wordfence. There’s only a minor custom function running to randomly switch the logos (which is only done during a full reload).

    Any help or a fix would be very much apprechiated!
    Cheers!

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Well, in general it would be good to not show footers for (google) search results. The content of the footers should be crawlable as usual but link to a complete page where the footer is embedded instead linking to the page used as a footer.

    Does that help to clarifiy?

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    I know it kinda sounds weird:

    But is there a way or a fix or a feature planned where one would be able to tell which pages are meant to be footers?

    I’m asking because if there is some specific texts in the footer one is able to find a footer as a page via google. Because of the rest of the content missing these pages usually don’t look that nice.

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  • edgrbnz edgrbnz

    Haha, thank you @Richard!
    I might need to reclaim my title for 2021 👑

    Here’s my experience for GoDaddy if anyone is interested:

    If one would like to have a regular Wordpress to work with and avoid that managed stuff and site builder s••t GoDaddy is usually known for, you would need to order the C-Panel Administration.
    Except from an admin area that’s all over the place and very aggressive server-wise caching it works.

    Nonetheless I would advise to use a simpler solution for webhosting like domainfactory, strato and the like – It’s much more straight forward and often times cheaper that way.

    In my case the client didn’t want to move all the domains and mail addresses so staying with GoDaddy was the best option.

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